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Fallout 76 update given more transparent detail, delayed to December 13th for PS4 / Xbox

As previously announced during a official community update, Bethesda Game Studios has launched the December 11th update for Fallout 76 for PC versions of the game. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gaming platforms are set to get the patch two days later. A number of key aspects regarding this patch have been surfaced in Bethesda’s patch notes which include Atomic Shop items becoming visible directly from workshops, the option to hop worlds if your base location is already occupied, and more.

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Learn all about Crafting in new Video for The Elder Scrolls Online

A new video has surfaced for Bethesda’s upcoming MMO, The Elder Scrolls Online. The video, titled “Blacksmithing in Tamriel” offers a detailed look at the game’s crafting system.

The Elder Scrolls Online will be available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC on April 4th, 2014

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Lara Croft Skyrim Mod Released by Gaming Community

Skyrim on the PC is a game that has seen many mods from the underground gaming community which thrives on user generated content to keep games alive on PC long after they have already been played through the most on consoles. The latest character mod for Skyrim introduces Tomb Raider fan favorite Lara Croft with all-new voice sound effects and you can even bring her as backup in a battle for enhanced gameplay experience that is totally a different and original twist for the Role Playing Game classic series The Elder Scrolls.

Download Link: Lara Croft Skyrim Mod

[Source: GameRanx]

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